|Review by Simons44||posted 11-19-2010 05:36 AM||8798 views||5 times favorited||14 comments|
I assembled my new G0715P table saw today!
This thing is sweet! The nickle did not move a bit during the test. I used the blade that came with it for my tests before putting on my infinity blade. It cut clean, smooth and left a almost glue ready edge.
Conversion to 110:
The conversion to 110 was very easy. Of all things, I was the most nervous about this. Changing the circuit breaker was 3 screws, changing the plug was 3 wires and changing the jumpers was 4 screws. VERY simple.
The assembly went very smooth. I purchased the mobile base and built the base around the saw. The assemble of the rails was simple, a few coats of Johnson’s paste wax on the rails and the fence was gliding smoothly. I agree with the previous reviews about needed some loc-light for the fence bolts.
The blade was aligned close enough to parallel with the miter gauge. No adjustments were needed. I don’t have a dial indicator yet, it’s on the way.
The test run went awesome. http://www.youtube.com/simonsnet#p/a/u/0/wnggxeJNCks
This is my first non-$50 black Friday craftsman table saw. I am so happy with it and should have bought a better saw years ago. The only disappointing thing is the 37” outfeed roller system I bought does not fit the table saw. I purchased it after the grizzly sales rep confirmed it would work.